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Chevron completes evacuation of personnel in U.S. Gulf due to hurricane

Chevron Corp. has completed the evacuation of personnel from all its platforms in the U.S.-regulated northern Gulf of Mexico and shut in the facilities because of Hurricane Delta, the company said on Wednesday.

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BP Shows Oil Majors How to Green a Polluting Company

BP Plc’s flashy February re-brand left many wondering whether the oil major could make good on its promise to transform itself into a net-zero emissions company by 2050.

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Shell Joins Other Oil Majors In Energy Transition Push

Oil supermajor Shell plans to announce by the end of the year a significant restructuring to reflect its net-zero emissions goal for 2050 and to align itself with a green recovery from the pandemic

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Siemens, Total team up to explore LNG decarbonization strategies

Siemens Gas and Power has entered into an agreement with Total to advance new concepts for green LNG production. As part of the contract, Siemens Gas and Power is conducting studies to explore a variety of possible liquefaction and power generation plant designs, with the ultimate goal of decarbonizing the production of LNG.

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Hydrogen Market Expected To Surge

Hydrogen will be a significant part of the global energy mix within 10 years, according to more than half (52%) of the 1,000-plus senior oil and gas professionals contributing to a new DNV GL report. Despite the recent shocks to the oil market, a fifth (21%) of industry leaders say their companies have already entered the hydrogen market, and 60% of the survey participants say their organizations are actively adapting to a less-carbon-intensive energy mix—up from 44% in 2018.

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A Return to Normal in China Means Air Pollution is Back in Force

The welcome return of China’s economy is bringing with it some unwelcome company

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Artificial Intelligence, 3D Scanning Being Used To Improve Safety at Oil and Gas Sites

A technology company based in Edmonton, Alberta, is using artificial intelligence (AI) to spot potential safety risks at oil and gas facilities.

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Past SPE Presidents Weigh In on Decarbonization

Two former SPE presidents, Nathan Meehan (2016) and Darcy Spady (2018), have contributed their thoughts on continued efforts toward decarbonization amid an oil price war and a global pandemic. Meehan and Spady, as well as SPE board member Johana Dunlop, have written essays included in the latest Forum journal from The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

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